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ThermoWorks’ latest Thermapen can measure food temperature in under one second

ThermoWorks has unveiled a new cooking thermometer that gets the temperature in just one second — ideal if you’re in a rush.

Instagram tests posting photos from your desktop

Instagram is testing allowing feed posts from desktop browsers, a first for the company.

Microsoft Store is getting a much-needed overhaul for Windows 11

Microsoft won’t take a cut of in-app purchases if developers use their own payment systems.

Android apps are coming to Windows 11

At the Windows 11 event today, Microsoft announced Android apps will work in the next OS.

Microsoft Teams is integrated into the Windows 11 taskbar

As you are surely aware, the importance of online communications platforms skyrocketed over the last year-plus, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. Microsoft has pushed its Teams communication platform in a big way during that time, and it’ll be even more…

Microsoft unveils Windows 11, a more polished OS

Windows 11 is a more polished spin on Windows 10.

This $160 bundle including Rosetta Stone makes traveling cheaper and more rewarding

This bundle contains resources that give you the info and skills you need for more fruitful trips, including a lifetime subscription to Rosetta Stone.

Valve continues crackdown on Steam ‘tourists’ who switch countries for cheaper games

Valve is clamping down on Steam ‘tourist’ shoppers by limiting users to one country change every three months.

OnePlus Nord N200 5G review: A $240 5G phone that’s predictably average

At $240, the OnePlus Nord N200 5G seems like a better buy than the Pixel 4a and iPhone SE. But OnePlus’ promises come with asterisks.

How to watch Microsoft’s Windows 11 launch event

Microsoft is holding its Windows 11 launch event at 11AM Eastern — here’s how to watch as it happens.